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tharless62's items19 of 40early 20th century???hand decorated ornate jar vase
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    Posted 1 month ago

    tharless62
    (40 items)

    given all the holes in it i'm hesitant to think it's a cake plate...it's also curved.....any information greatly appreciate!!!

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    Comments

    1. bobby725 bobby725, 1 month ago
      I would call it a milk glass fruit bowl on a pedestal.
    2. GlassFanCarl, 1 month ago
      This is Fostoria milk glass called Monroe, made between 1954 and 1965.
    3. kwqd kwqd, 1 month ago
      A compote or footed bowl.
    4. Broochman Broochman, 1 month ago
      I agree with Bobby!! It's lovely! :)
    5. tharless62 tharless62, 1 month ago
      OK!! Thanks gals!!! 1 more question: is this made to be used either way/ upside down? The smaller base is more like a bowl and the other end was a bit confusing as the edges have large openings, so i would think food would spill thru?
    6. tharless62 tharless62, 1 month ago
      i've scrolled thru many of these images..i see many that are the same , but not. Some are only curved partially, mine is curved all the way around....i am LEARNING!!! And much gratitude for all all of your replies, likes and information!!!
    7. tharless62 tharless62, 1 month ago
      ohhh thanks gals AND GUYS!!!!
    8. TimeTraveller TimeTraveller, 1 month ago
      You're welcome. Even the cake stand has holes in the Monroe pattern. I have the cake stand in my collection if you are interested in seeing one. Thanks for sharing your compote. Love it!!
    9. TallCakes TallCakes, 1 month ago
      this open work or lace edge milk glass was popular with several of glass companies in the 1950s60s. Each maker may have had their own name for the various forms; you would need to find catalogs or ads to really know. Typically this form was often called a pedestal fruit bowl, fruit stand or compote. The forms with the bent up sides only were most often called banana stands; tho' one 1955 Fostoria catalog called their form a banana bowl. Try researching milk glass ads and catalogs...

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